• Photo of dinosaur exhibit at West Midland Safari Park


Top 12 Things to Do With a Toddler in Worcestershire

Keeping a toddler entertained is no mean feat, but here at Visit Worcestershire we have a range of ideas to keep your little one busy and suitably worn out for nap time.

1. Attwell Farm Park

Attwell Farm is based on the Bromsgrove/Redditch border and offers and is great for Toddlers and bigger kids alike. With a host of animals to meet and greet, as well as farm equipment to sit on, bouncing pillows and three age-appropriate soft play areas – it’s a great value day out.

Top Tip: Check out mid-week ticket savings and neurodiverse play sessions!

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Ticket price, from £8 – Under 2’s are FREE

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Attwell Farm Park

2. Malvern Splash

Malvern Splash is nestled just below the Hills near Priory Park. It has a large pool area with waves, slides and a toddler splash pad zone. Daily in term time, there is an under 5 Toddler Swim session which is free for under 4s. The pool is accessible to those with additional needs.

Top Tip: Check out the Hobbit-themed play area in Priory Park to extend your visit to Malvern.

Ticket prices, from £6 and under 4s are FREE.

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Malvern Splash

3. All Things Wild

This farm park is the perfect place, no matter what the weather. With an array of animals outside, as well as two soft play areas, an indoor beach, and a dinosaur exhibition – there is something for all budding zoo keepers, palaeontologists or mini thrill seekers.

Top Tip: All Things Wild offer an array of experience days including Meerkat Encounters and Keeper Experiences, perfect for birthdays.

Ticket price from £8.50. Under 3’s FREE

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4. Evesham Light Railway

This miniature railway is based at the Valley Shopping Village in Evesham and has stunning views over the Vale of Evesham. Tickets start from as little as £1.50. You can get off halfway and enjoy a picnic while the kids play on the Fort Play area which commemorates the Battle of Evesham.

Open weekends and school holidays with Santa trains running through December. Your four-legged friends ride free to…

Top Tip: Why not check out the Garden Centre and shopping village while on site, or if the kids still have energy to burn – Fundamental Movement is on the site which offers soft play, trampolining and gymnastic classes.

Tickets start at £1.50 and under 2’s are FREE.

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Evesham Light Railway

5. West Midland Safari Park

West Midlands Safari Park is a classic day out in Worcestershire. With its drive-through safari where your little ones can hand feed giraffes, to the brilliant play areas and hands-on animal experiences – it’s a fun packed full day’s activity. The park also offers amazing seasonal events, such as Halloween and the Lantern trail.

Top Tip: Midweek you can get 20% off tickets and under 3s are FREE!

Tickets from £20. Under 3s are FREE.

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West Midland Safari Park

6. The Hive

If you are looking for a free morning out, why not check out your local library. The Hive in Worcester offers free music and story time sessions throughout the week as well as offering a safe space for children to explore, read and express themselves.

Top Tip: Children can have their own library cards and enjoy access to a huge selection of books and audio books at home.

Tickets: Free

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The Hive

7. Worcester Woods Country Park

Easily located just off the M5, Worcester Woods Country Park is an ideal place to meet up with friends. The woodlands are easily accessible with a buggy or wheelchair, and you can follow various routes, with most walks taking around an hour (with a toddler in tow). There is a newly refurbished adventure park suitable for a mix of ages which is bound to ware even the most energetic toddler out.

Top Tip: There is a lovely café on site, catering for all ages and even your four-legged friends can get a treat.

Tickets: Free

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Worcester Woods Country Park

8. Theatre

Worcestershire has a number of wonderful theatres which often have toddler-appropriate shows, where you can enjoy a show with no pressure for your little one to sit still or be quiet. The Swan Theatre has the largest number of children’s shows upcoming, with the Hungry Caterpillar and the Smartest Giant in Town coming in the next few months.

Top Tip: Sign up for newsletters so you can keep an eye on what’s on.

Tickets: From £13

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The Swan Theatre

9. Wyre Forest

Take your little ones back to nature, while hunting down the Gruffalo at the Wyre Forest. The Gruffalo and Super Worm route is on an accessible path where you can easily push a buggy. Spot the Gruffalos Child, Fox & Mouse on the route which takes around 45 minutes. There is a great park and picnic spot near the Visitor Centre.

Top Tip: Parking is about £4 and you can get a Gruffalo Trail for £1.50 which includes a certificate (although it's easily navigable without the map).

Tickets: FREE

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Wyre Forest

10. The Buzz

The Buzz is an inflatable park based within a climbing centre in Worcester. On weekdays, they host Baby Bee sessions for children under 5 to bounce freely without the bigger bees buzzing around.

Top Tip: Fill out the risk form in advance to save time when you check in to your session.

Children from £12, Supervisors FREE

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The Buzz, Worcester

11. Cinema

The cinema can be a daunting place with a toddler, but there is no need to be worried. ODEON offer mother and baby screenings with children up to the age of 2, and the VUE offer mini mornings on the weekends and in school holidays.

Top Tip: Book in advance online for the best ticket prices.

Tickets from £2.99

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Regal Cinema, Tenbury Wells

12. Transport Museum Wythall

Wythall Transport Museum is one for all the family, with children loving the free bus rides and miniature railway and older family members get a chance to reminisce. With under 5s visiting for free and adult tickets from just £7, it’s a really good value family day out.

Top Tip: The museum is open on weekends, check in advance to see upcoming events and to check buses and trains are running on your chosen date.

Tickets – Adults from £7, Children under 5 FREE.

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